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Apparently, Democratic presidential candidate Senator Barack Obama, who serves on the Senate Veteran's Affairs Committee has asked for an investigation, and maybe we'll learn more as a result of that. Whatever else the above email indicates, it is certainly an internal communication that was never intended to be broadcast publicly, and it certainly looks bad.

Because people may be wondering what exactly goes into a diagnosis of PTSD, and what exactly Adjustment Disorder R/O PTSD might be, I thought I'd write on these subjects so as to provide some clarification.

At first glance it seems to be confirmation that the VA is motivated to withhold care and benefits from needy veterans.

It may well mean exactly that too; we don't know yet.

“The soldier is in one reality, and that is in a war or combat reality,” Tanenbaum said. They are two really different worlds, and it’s pretty difficult to be able to communicate that to your partner or spouse.”The increasing number of resources available to veterans has helped some of Johnston’s cohorts from his 2009 Army deployment understand the importance of reaching out to a specialist and getting their issues under control, he said.“One hundred times more communication has to happen when you come back to make sure that everyone is on the same page,” Hansman said. “I’m around guys all the time,” said Jessica Giusti, a 24-year-old active duty member of the Marine Corps.

“Essentially you had a life together, you’re in a straight line when you leave and then you veer off in different directions. “We’re really hard on each other, just like brothers and sisters are.

Getting people back into being in a relationship with someone else is important.”“Some veterans have very mixed feelings about being a civilian again,” Tanenbaum continued. It’s very hard to tell your family, ‘I don’t want to be here with you. My husband is a Marine, but he’s not my brother; he’s my husband, so treating each other not like Marines but as a couple is funny sometimes.”“I fell madly in love with an Iraq War veteran, and I was convinced that was the type of person I needed to be with,” Hoit said.

Left: Margaret Kachadoorian and her only surviving child, Nora, in Glendale, California. Around San Diego, he’d see a baby—in a grocery store, in a parking lot—and the image would come back to him: the blood-soaked Iraqi infant, his mother holding him aloft by one foot. Once a wild teen-ager in Las Vegas—“I was a crazy bastard!

In the early hours one morning last September, Lu Lobello rose from his bed, switched on a light, and stared into the video camera on his computer. The light cast a yellow pall on Lobello’s unshaven face. Lobello couldn’t sleep, couldn’t stop thinking about his time in Iraq. Other times, Lobello would see a Mercedes—a blue or white one, especially—and he’d recall the bullet-riddled sedan in the Baghdad intersection, the dead man alongside it in the street, the elderly woman crying in broken English, “We are the peace people! ” He’d remember that the barrel of his machine gun was hot to the touch.

Right: Lu Lobello, a former marine in the company that opened fire on the family.

”—Lobello had become, at thirty-one, a tormented veteran.

Trauma, used in this context, has a specific meaning.

It refers to situations that involve death, or the likely threat of death, or at the very least, intense violence.

“It took me a really long time to realize that the Iraq War couldn’t define what type of person I wanted to love or be with.”“They’ll stand up in the middle of a crowd and say, ‘You know what, I was a jerk when I came home,’” Tanenbaum said.

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared at Cellar Door, the personal blog of Gabrielle Puglia. You need to understand that the military is a brotherhood.